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QatarEnergy keeps control
30 November 2022
First expansion supply deals illustrate commitment to maintaining its grip of LNG volumes along the value chain
UK ratchets up windfall tax
17 November 2022
Analysts and industry are left dismayed by larger-than-expected hike and potential unintended consequences
Genel’s Somaliland drilling may slip to 2024
15 November 2022
The UK-headquartered independent’s plans are now for the back end of next year or early the year after
Norway ends gas year at four-year high
10 November 2022
A September dip fails to dent highest output since 2018
The curious case of the Hurricane bid
9 November 2022
UKCS producer’s pared-back portfolio appears to tick few boxes
Norwegian oil output awaits Sverdrup boost
7 November 2022
Liquids production continues to trend lower ahead of Q4 Phase 2 startup
Reabold management stands firm against board clear-out
2 November 2022
The co-CEOs of the North Sea-focused E&P warn that an activist shareholder lacks the vision and portfolio-familiarity to add value
QatarEnergy’s INOC paradox
28 October 2022
The state-owned LNG heavyweight is adamant that it is a purely commercial enterprise, but the evidence is conflicting
No investor punishment for TotalEnergies loosening the purse strings
28 October 2022
The European major’s upping of capex forecasts is not ringing alarm bells despite wider shareholder desire for discipline
Fears grow as Russian oil price cap looms
27 October 2022
Worries over unintended consequences of interference in traded markets increase as December nears
Pavilion banks on supply diversity
13 October 2022
Singapore’s gas dependency means the importer must find solutions to the problems the tight global gas market presents
Accelerated gas focus for new UK licensing round
7 October 2022
Regulator designates four priority clusters in Southern North Sea for fast track
Will Russian gas ever return?
7 October 2022
Views on the longer-term future of the pariah state’s gas resources are divergent
Pay more tax to protect markets – van Beurden
4 October 2022
Outgoing Shell chief sees higher government take as a much lesser threat to the oil and gas industry
Commonwealth banks on modular approach
29 September 2022
US developer aims to beat any Gulf Coast labour crunch through offshoring
Cheniere surprised by lack of European LNG contracting
28 September 2022
US seller sees Asian buyers changing approach but inertia in Europe
UK investment allowance gets to work
26 September 2022
Greater enthusiasm is emerging not just for activity but also for projects promising near-term spend
US LNG exporters’ FID problem
23 September 2022
Tellurian chief warns that not all recent SPAs may be fulfilled due to challenges in getting projects financed
Does Repsol point the way again for European peers?
22 September 2022
The Spanish firm has form for leading where other firms swiftly follow
UK shale drillers hope for rebirth
8 September 2022
The new administration’s lifting of a fracking moratorium is cause for renewed optimism
Equinor warns on gas price cap complications
7 September 2022
The Norwegian producer stresses that imposing a maximum price will not solve underlying issues
US LNG exports can reach 200mn t/yr – Cheniere
6 September 2022
North America, including Mexico, can make a substantial contribution to global supply
UK PM contender Truss backs North Sea and fracking
1 September 2022
The favourite to be the country’s next leader backs domestic supply solutions
UK gas producers need to read the room
30 August 2022
The reality of price rises facing consumers means the dialogue has shifted
North American LNG export contracts approach 50mn t/yr
26 August 2022
Shell and Centrica deals latest in post-Ukraine invasion SPA boom for liquefaction projects
China holds the key for European winter LNG
25 August 2022
Demand in the East Asian powerhouse is the major variable for pace of deliveries into the Russian gas-starved continent
Mixed appetite for UKCS farm-outs
25 August 2022
Deltic reports progress but will also relinquish two licences after failed processes
Storage disincentives and regional dislocations roil European gas trading
23 August 2022
The loss of Russian volumes has made for unusual market conditions
Eni and TotalEnergies strike more gas in Cyprus
23 August 2022
The European producers celebrate further success in Block 6 but the East Med export conundrum remains unsolved
Private capital holds the key to the oil and gas kingdom
22 August 2022
Equity investors may remain cautious, while funds are evolving in response to a changing market landscape
Power demand threat to Europe’s winter gas security
22 August 2022
Greater-than-expected requirements to burn the fuel to keep the lights on could harm supply conservation efforts
German utilities take on LNG supply duties
19 August 2022
The first two floating import terminals now have commitments to full deliveries
Record prices reflect Europe’s winter gas fears
18 August 2022
It is difficult to predict just how the continent’s supply and demand will balance
UKCS backers take big EPL hit
18 August 2022
The basin’s champions over a challenging period may lose most from timing of the so-called windfall tax
Independent producers’ scope three dilemma
17 August 2022
Is it enough for pureplay upstream firms to concentrate solely on emissions within their control?
Little love lost as Serica and Kistos walk away
10 August 2022
Neither firm will pursue their offer for the other, but they may look elsewhere
Suncor in no rush on UKCS sale
9 August 2022
The Canadian producer’s exit from Norway may not be closely followed by divestment across the maritime border
Siemens sees no slackening in European gas-to-power
9 August 2022
Gas-to-oil conversions are nonetheless presenting the turbine maker with opportunities
Nustar sees continuing Permian growth
4 August 2022
The infrastructure firm expects flows through its pipeline system in the US shale heartland to be 10pc higher by the end of the year
Genel: Return cash or M&A?
2 August 2022
Analysts are split on the best way forward for the Kurdistan-focused producer, in a dilemma many upstream firms may also face
Equinor vows to keep stepping on the gas
28 July 2022
Dominant Norwegian producer aims to maintain strong deliveries in the third quarter
Shell commits to second SNS exploration probe
26 July 2022
The major will sink another well linked to farm-in agreements with UK independent Deltic
Serica unmoved by sweetened Kistos offer
26 July 2022
Improved terms fail to sway UK producer
Germany chooses locations for additional FSRUs
21 July 2022
Stade and Lubmin selected as LNG import locations as minister also backs a fifth privately held project
Hurricane looks to a debt-free future
19 July 2022
Embattled North Sea producer is set to pay off the last of its convertible bonds later this month
Portfolio players roar into post-Ukraine invasion LNG contracting lead
18 July 2022
Three deals boost the share of volumes going into global books
Is there logic in Kistos-Serica?
13 July 2022
Both sides appear potentially interested in a union on their terms. But not all analysts are convinced
Norway does its gas best as Germany prepares for gas worst
6 July 2022
One of the EU’s key suppliers is doing all it can to maximise deliveries. Its largest demand centre still expects the situation to deteriorate
Kwarteng considers accelerating UK gas quality relaxation
30 June 2022
Minister may override for now a consultation process being run by the country’s health and safety authorities
Algeria targets 10mn m³/d gas boost before year-end
28 June 2022
A new Sonatrach discovery could be in initial production from November
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